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Practice makes perfect

Practice makes perfect

Junior Girl Scouts Lena Felts, left, and Kate Sullivan practice square knots at the recent Tall Trees Girl Scout Day Camp at Sylvan Springs County Park. Participating were 116 Girl Scouts, 24 Cadette and Senior Girl Scout aides and 19 adult volunteers. Linda Beattie and Patty Wenzel were volunteer co-directors of the camp and Liz Trimble was business manager.

    Practice makes perfect

    Practice makes perfect

    Junior Girl Scouts Lena Felts, left, and Kate Sullivan practice square knots at the recent Tall Trees Girl Scout Day Camp at Sylvan Springs County Park. Participating were 116 Girl Scouts, 24 Cadette and Senior Girl Scout aides and 19 adult volunteers. Linda Beattie and Patty Wenzel were volunteer co-directors of the camp and Liz Trimble was business manager.

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